What is the LTC Hess Monoblack™ font?
A very rare metal face made a brief appearance in Lanston Specimen books and has all but vanished from use. In fact no examples of the font in use seem to exist.
It shares some of the hand-rendered casual feel of Nicholas Cochin, but much heavier and well suited for bold headlines and package design.
LTC Hess Monoblack™ Font families
The LTC Hess Monoblack™ includes the following font families:
LTC Hess Monoblack™ Preview
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